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Faulkner University, Jones School of Law (Montgomery)

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Center for Disability Services

In conjunction with Faulkner’s mission, the Center for Disability Services: Project Key acknowledges disability as an integral part of the campus experience. We are committed to providing equal access and opportunity to all campus programs and services for individuals with disabilities. In order to establish equal access, documentation of disability by qualified professionals is necessary. Accommodations must be reviewed each semester and are not retroactive.

Email: [email protected]
Toll-free Number: 1-800-879-9816
Office Number: 1-334-386-7185
Fax: 1-334-386-7124

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Americans With Disabilities

Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, recognizes its legal obligation to make reasonable accommodations designed to make its educational program and activities accessible to otherwise qualified persons with disabilities. By providing access to qualified students with disabilities, the law school demonstrates its belief that the legal profession will benefit from the skills and talents of these individuals.

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University Counseling Center


Samford University, Cumberland School of Law (Birmingham)

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Office of Student Services

Cumberland School of Law’s Office of Student Services strives to enhance students’ success by serving as a resource and sounding board to students as they navigate the rigors of law school.

The Office of Student Services provides the following:

  • Academic and non-academic counseling
  • Manages ADA Compliance and disabilities resources
  • Organizes commencement exercises
  • Provides bar information
  • Supports student organizations
  • Works as a liaison to direct students to available campus services

Accessibility and Accomodations

Accessibility and Accommodations serves as the central campus resource for students with disabilities. Working in partnership with faculty, staff and administration, the goal of Accessibility and Accommodations is to promote an accessible and inclusive environment for all students. Accessibility and Accommodations works individually with each student to determine appropriate accommodations to ensure access to programs, activities and services.

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 205-726-4892
Location: Dwight Beeson Hall 105

Health Services and Wellness

Counseling Services

University Health Services

University of Alabama School of Law (Tuscaloosa)

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Office of Disability Services

We envision a fully accessible, integrated, and universally designed campus community.  We recognize disability as a valued aspect of diversity, and acknowledge that having a diverse community broadens our understanding and appreciation of the contributions of each individual.

In collaboration with the University community, the Office of Disability Services (ODS) is committed to ensuring students with disabilities receive reasonable academic accommodations and have the opportunity to participate equally in the academic environment.  ODS provides institution-wide leadership and guidance regarding academic accommodations, ADA compliance, and disability-related topics by cultivating partnerships with students, faculty, and staff.

E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (205) 348-4285
Fax: (205) 348-0804

Mailing address:
Office of Disability Services
1000 Houser Hall
Box 870185
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0185

Law School Disability Policy

Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS) prior to entering the University. ODS is the central contact point for students with disabilities at UA. Services for students focus upon providing accommodations and services to help meet University demands, while promoting student responsibility and self-advocacy. Students who seek accommodations must first register with ODS during each semester for which they wish to receive accommodations.


Children’s Rights Clinic

Youth with disabilities are over-represented in our nation’s juvenile justice system.  The Children’s Rights Clinic in conjunction with the Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program works to ensure that youth with disabilities involved in the juvenile justice system have their disability needs met and their rights protected. 


Employment Discrimination Law - LAW 721

A survey course that canvasses the principal federal statutes prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, religion, age, national origin, and disability. In addition to analyzing various theories of employment discrimination law as articulated by the courts, the course emphasizes the practical aspects of prosecuting and defending discrimination claims in litigation. Special emphasis is placed on gender discrimination issues, including sexual harassment. The course will be relevant to students who anticipate litigating, practicing employment law, or serving a federal judicial clerkship.

Mental Health Law Seminar

This course explores the law surrounding mental health. Both civil and criminal aspects are covered, including but not limited to civil commitment, the right to refuse treatment, antidiscrimination law, fitness to stand trial, and the insanity defense.

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Counseling Services

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